Museums in Germany
'Autohaus Martin', a dealership has a nice and extensive Opel classic car collection, which also contains very rare examples, such as two pre-war convertibles with special bodies. These classic cars and classic vehicles are witnesses to the automotive development at Opel over the past 80 years. You can marvel at over 25 classic cars, most of them in a ready-to-drive condition. Some vehicles are still in an unrestored but still good condition, just as they were put in our 'basement' a few years / decades ago.
A former East German place, so it is no wonder this collection focuses on former East German cars and motorcycles.
This museum was created by a local classic car club and features cars and motorcycles from the COMECON era, including a Melkus sportscar
On more than 1.800m2 space the visitors can see the world of development of vehicles beginning from 1886. The history of cars, motorbikes and tractors are presented in an impressive way by changing exhibitions. In the museum's garage visitors will get insights in the construction of certain parts of vehicles.
The Oldtimer- und Fahrzeugmuseum Engen e.V. was founded in early 2013 by around 20 people interested in classic cars. In the museum, numerous classic cars with two, three and four wheels are shown in regularly changing exhibitions on various topics. From the unrestored barn find to the first-class restored pre-war vehicle, the members show the visitor a small selection of their treasures, which are carefully kept in many cellars, garages and barns in and around Engen.
Georg Hollweger's collection of 60 motorcycles and a few cars, including a Czech Aero from the 1930s.
A couple of cars and 30 motorcycles reside in this collection which belongs to a local hotel.
There are over 80 classic cars shown in this museum
Frithjof Erpelding's private collection of racing motorcycles and cars was opened to the public in 2002. The museum is 5 km from the Nürburgring
Hans Schlömer's collection of oddities, including a mobile guillotine (mounted on a Ford Model T), a Heinkel Kabinroller et. al.